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International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum: The humanitarian adventure

07-05-2013 Event

On 18 May, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum (IRCM) will be unveiling its new permanent exhibition « The Humanitarian Adventure ».

Event Info

Dignity trampled underfoot

Where: Geneva, Switzerland

When: 18.05.2013 - 20.05.2013

Twenty-five years after it first opened, the Museum needed to reflect today’s changing world, and particularly the changes affecting humanitarian action. Launched in 2006 by its Director, Roger Mayou, the ideas have now culminated in « The Humanitarian Adventure », a new permanent exhibition planned around three crucial topics: « Defending human dignity », « Restoring family links » and « Reducing natural risks ». Released from a perspective primarily guided by history, the new-style museography looks to the future and brings a message of hope.

Discover the new Museum: grand reopening on 18, 19 and 20 May, from 10 am to 6 pm every day - Programme

 


Guided tour with Roger Mayou, Director of the Museum:

Produced by F. Joli at the ICRC's delegation in Paris


Photos

Dignity trampled underfoot 

Dignity trampled underfoot
© Alain Germond. Architect: Gringo Cardia

 

Chamber of witnesses
© Alain Germond

 

International Prisoners of War Agency (1914-1923)
© Alain Germond